On the eve of the start of early in-person voting in West Virginia, which runs May 27 – June 6th., the Family Policy Council of West Virginia has released the 2020 Family Policy Council Online Voter Guide for the 2020 primary elections. Election Day is on June 9th.
The Family Policy Council is a 501-C4 policy organization that lobbies on behalf of faith, family and individual freedom policy and law in West Virginia. This year in 2020 several dozen candidates running for federal, state and city offices have received endorsements. Hundreds of hours of research and data entry has gone into the evaluation of candidates. If you are an elected official who has championed legislation that is 100% anti-abortion, 100% pro-family, 100% pro-science and natural biology have our support. But any incumbent with a sketchy voting record on our five core areas of family policy, should know that our intention is to make the voting public aware.
Most of the time our 2020 Family Policy Council Online Voter Guide simply documents voting records and new candidate surveys for West Virginia’s voters who have faith and moral interests. However there are several running for West Virginia office, Democrats and Republicans, both incumbents and new candidates, who garnered a DO NOT VOTE for designation from the Family Policy Council. Allen Whitt, President of the Family Policy Council, who oversees the development of the voter guide said, “we are the only faith-based voter guide that not only verifies that candidates will not vote for ANY abortion legislation, we are the only significant organization in our state that confirms candidates will defend Christian business owners, churches and private citizens against immoral state and local government overreach.”